Tuesday, 27 June 2017

Austins Tamarereti animation

this term we have been learning about Maori myths and about Matariki

Friday, 16 June 2017

kite day

On Wednesday the 14 of June, the pav teachers decided we were going to make kites. First they told us to make a kite on are kite assignment in our chrome book we could add stuff on it by searching on Google and we used shapes to do it. Then it was morning tea and I was playing with my friend Tj. then when morning tea finished we made are real kites, the things we needed was scissors paper straw small straw and string. We had to cut and fold it into the right shape then we needed to put the straws on we needed to put the long straw on the bottom and put the short straw on top. Next we had to make a hole at the bottom of the kite, You need to put string through and tie it as tight as you can so it doesn't fall off.

Wednesday, 14 June 2017

kite day

on Thursday the 14 of June the pav were making kites. first we had to make one on are chrome book then we had to make a real one

Monday, 12 June 2017


Soaring through the sky like superman crashing through the waves like a dolphin. This experience is a feeling you every so often. Hopping over the waves butterflies in my tummy. Spinning and twirling through the air showing the supporters all I am able to do. I can hear screaming and cheering from all my supporters. The hardest part about kitesurfing is packing up having to pull the kite in on a windy day is hard work. Kitesurfing is such an incredible sport.

Friday, 9 June 2017

Tautoru's bird snare

Orienteering secession 3

First are couch tells us the instructions then we needed to get a partner , My partner was Tj because he was my besets friend. We went to get our  map. We started from the village then we went to follow our  trail in our map Tj was following the directions and I was following him.

middle and end
We were marking are letters from the village bike track playground then the middle field we actually did course one and two. When we finished we came back to get a new map and the other people came to then it turned out that everybody got it wrong even us we got it wrong because we did course one and two even though we were supposed to do just course two but we didn't know. Then we went to get a new map hopefully we go it right this time. This time we went at the back of the pav and the village looking for L. After we went looking for J we went all around the school looking for J even though we didn’t know but we already marked it then we finished and came back and the session was done.

Thursday, 8 June 2017

silent reading part 5

page 36-37 the French Musketeer French Musketeers were the special-ops troops of the 17th century. these highly trained royal bodyguards came mainly from rich families and were named after there weapon the Musket. but they preferred the Rapier

Tuesday, 6 June 2017

Reading summary 4

page thirty  (Conquistador) it said Conquistador were battle hardened steel encased warriors. they must have seemed invincible to the Aztecs and Incas of central south America. However the deadly diseases that the Spanish carried, killed more people then there swords ever did they were very hard to be defeated by the Aztecs and Incas they were fully armored and were well trained